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Cam Munster: On over training

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Is over training a thing? Well it’s definitely something most of us don’t fully understand, because shouldn’t we be training as much as we can, as hard as we can? Eat less, train more and go full steam ahead to lose as much fat as possible while toning or building muscle are general rules to […]

Tohu Harris: Preparing for game day

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Tohu Harris is amongst the many at Melbourne Storm that show a steely composure when they walk out onto the field, be it AAMI Park or abroad. The well-built front rower puts this down to a separation of his mental and physical faculties and a well-focused diet. “I eat a lot of muesli and fruit […]

Tohu Harris: On training intensity

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The Melbourne Storm is known to be one of the hardest working and tightest drilled outfits in the National Rugby League. Front rower, Tohu Harris is one of the Storm’s key performers and hails the training plan set out by head coach, Craig Bellamy. Comprising ball skills and work on stamina, throughout pre-season and the beginning […]

To Compress or not to Compress?

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When you apply compression to specific body parts in a balanced and accurate way, it accelerates blood flow. In essence, compression gets more oxygen to your working muscles and could give you that boost you’re looking for. Compression has been used in hospitals for post operation recovery and long haul flights to help blood flow […]

Setting a basic running plan

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“A Goal Without a Plan is Just a Wish” In my last article ‘Goal Setting for Runners’, we touched on the best motivation being to ‘Hit the enter button’. If you have, then well done! If you haven’t, there’s plenty of runs through the year for you to target. So what’s next? Like any achievement […]

Refuelling

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Refuelling Refuelling after a grueling session or a big game can sometimes be tough. Either you smashed yourself to your limits and you are too tired to make something to eat, or it could be the excitement after a fantastic game, and you have post-game jitters. No matter the case, refuelling is very important for […]

Fuelling for Performance

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When it comes to competition or game day, fuelling your body is very important! Not fuelling up is a little like driving a car with little or no petrol in the tank—it just does not work. So when do you eat, and what do you eat? Timing is everything. Food is only useful when it […]